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Is It A Plan To Get Us Into The Euro?

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Stock markets, shares and FTSE down.

Pensions slashed.

"Worries" about house prices.

Interest rates generally on the rise.

Once the brown stuff really hits the fan, will the masses demand to be taken into the Euro so we can "take advantage" of the lower interest rates?

Probably a pile of crap but it's a worry of mine.

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Stock markets, shares and FTSE down.

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I don't think Germany wants to feed Britain through the coming crisis. They'll have enough to do with Spain/Italy/Ireland and the Baltic countries. Oh, and France possibly. Britain? No, thanks.

Edited by Goldfinger

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You cant beat some conspiracy theories every now and then! but would not suprise me..

THink about it, Brown maybe looking at re-evaluating minimum wage making it dependant on location etc.. thus driving down the cost of employment/house prices etc and bringing it in line with the EU?

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The traitors Brown/Blair have done everything else in their power to rape us of our money, dignity and heritage so why not

I used to really care about this country but since the masses don't, I look after my own

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